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. in pennsylvania, david, a state appointed receiver for the city of harrisburg. he specializes in municipal bonds and dean, professor of economic research. kil, cities across the country saw declining sales takes revenues, declining tax ref news as people's homes reduced in valley. value. >> a lot of cities are experiencing fiscal stress but i want to reiterate bankruptcies are rare. those who issue debt in the credit market only 10 a year going "g" into bankruptcy. while fiscal stress is a chief concern, bankruptcy is still a very rare phenomenon. >> is it stuffer at a time when the economy is not robust when the state's in which these cities and counties are located are also feeling a lot of strain, is it tough for put these restructuring deals together? >> the state plays a significant role in the fiscal health of the city. they offer state aid to local governments. that makes up a third of the city revenues. when cities cut back due to their own fiscal pressures local governments experience a lot of fiscal squeeze as well. >> are there fewer good choices when you're finally pushed to make a b
transactions from target harrisburg, pennsylvania which i'm not in harrisburg. >> reporter: class action lawsuits have been filed in several states, seeking millions of dollars in damages. bigad shaban, cbs news, los angeles. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch," holiday shoppers lose steam bus hyundai to pay millions in a gas mileage settlement. alexis christoforous is there at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, it's been a mediocre december at best. according to shopper track sales dropped 3% since last year. and at the first of the month, the sales dropped 3% again. we should note the numbers don't include online sales. asian markets are higher ahead of the holidays. tokyo's nikkei finished a fraction ahead of six years. china's shanghai composite added a half percent and hong kong's hang seng is closed for the holiday. a santa claus rally yesterday sent the markets into record territory again. the dow rose 73 points to a new high. the nasdaq jumped 44. >>> a christmas gift for homeowners, the new chiefs of fannie mae and freddie mac said h
may not be the same in harrisburg, pennsylvania this year. >> in harrisburg the new year's eve tradition is to lower a giant strawberry instead of a crystal ball. but the 80-pound ill liewl named strawberry fell three stories during a practice run yesterday. they are blaming a faulty harness. organizers say they are working feverishly to replace that thing in time. just drop a real strawberry. >> i guess, right? anything will do. you said in your hometown in pennsylvania they drop a diamond? >> in northeast pennsylvania it's a diamond because it has a coal mining heritage. so diamonds, coal, kind of go together. >> hopefully they get something in harrisburg to celebrate. >> thank you for joining us everyone. ,, ,, [son] all right,she has no idea. [man] no one told her,right? [son]hi! [mom screams] ♪ we hope you're having a good day. i'm steve. thank you for joining us. today we're excited because we're introducing our new therapeutic walk-in bathtub built with your safety, comfort and independence in mind. this is the safeguard tub specially designed for your independent life
erica aiken who had $1200 stolen from her account. >> there were six transactions from target harrisburg, pennsylvania which i'm not in harrisburg. >> reporter: class action lawsuits have been filed in several states, seeking millions of dollars in damages. bigad shaban, cbs news, los angeles. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch," holiday shoppers lose steam, plus hyundai to pay millions in a gas mileage settlement. alexis christoforous is there at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, alexis. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. it's certainly been a mediocre december at best. according to shopper track sales dropped 3% since last year. and the first week of the month, sales dropped about 3% again. but in november, sales rose, almost 3.5%. we should note the numbers don't include online sales. asian markets are higher ahead of the holidays. tokyo's nikkei finished a fraction ahead of six years. china's shanghai composite added a fraction and hong kong's hang seng is closed for a holiday. a half day here on wall street as traders get ready for christmas and others smilin
that lowered at midnight in downtown harrisburg fell three stories during a practice run yesterday. a faulty harness is to blame and all the kings horses and all the kings men will not be able to put it back together again. too bad. >> the los angeles dodgers in trouble with the law and usf pulled off late game heroics. the minute is next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, broke his own leg on a kick ending the match 1:16 into e >>> ufc is in the books. chris retained his belt when silva broke his own leg on a kick ending the match. just a minute and 16 seconds into the second round. the full monte hosting a matinee. the bears dominated from start to finish. dye roan wallace from beyond the arc. had 18 points, including wallace. a 90-60 win. santa clara in search of an upset. they were tied in the second half, but david stockton, son of john was too much for the broncos. usf if portland, chris adams off balance. gets it for the tie. yes, in overtime. gavin hoffman with the baseball pass, throws it down. 87-81, usf wins on the road against portland. and from the world of baseball, dodgers sensation, puig, wa
the prize. >>> new year's eve might not be the same in harrisburg, pennsylvania. >> it's to lower a giant strawberry instead of a crystal ball but the 80 point illuminated strawberry fell during a practice run. a faulty harness is to blame while organizers say they're working now feverishly to replace it in time. my hometown in scranton, pennsylvania, they would drop a diamond because it has a coal mining history, diamonds, coal. >> got it, got it. >> a pennsylvania thing, i don't know. >> maybe they can borrow the diamond in harrisburg to lower it and something right. that's good. thank you for joining us this morning. >> face the nation is up next here on kpix 5. ,, z ,,,,,,,,,, >> major: today on "face the nation." a look back at the story of the year. surveillance in america and look ahead to what to expect in 2014. >> the conversation occurring today will determine the amount much trust we can place both in the technology that surrounds it he and government that regulates it. >> edward snowden says his job is finished, many say he won the year by disclosing the most secret. some sah
with his drinking but is rich in harrisburg a two button and getting into a new rebel scrapes. awards but little something new come play with because we are the people he also shown maki rolls to take on the left field projects often giving the impression he was looking for himself not to the. on the hour. quite a lot. you can still slip to the sweeping grandeur of the laureates that's what movie alone would make him immortal. fortunately there is much more to discover. to see. and mm. meal ends for my area of the lays down lauren elders sat with his fourteenth career slalom victory. barry of us clinched his fourteenth career slalom victory when he came to the icy festive help of these two would involve the staff from some sunday the challenging conditions claims twenty nine after the sixty eight races competing with much had little trouble as he matched team a cuban human rights record number of world cup slalom victories like any austrians from a skip off second best time in the first round match with the protesting standings kept his cool to win in a combined time of one minutes a
better believe it. alex: varun. let's start with highways & byways for $200. jon. what's harrisburg? no. varun. what is providence? providence, rhode island. correct. highways for $400. varun. what is zurich? that's the city. highways for $600.
resulting in mega-delays. >> we got to harrisburg and had to refuel because they could not land in d.c.. now we have seven hours to wait. >> with that in mind, this indianapolis bound bethesda at themedically stop departures board. >> we are good. on time. >> the boards littered with a lot of adjusted flight times. there were dozens of flight delays because of the weather d.c..> it is raining and >> it is because of this massive storm system that crisscrossed the country crippling early holiday travel plans along the way. i scrubbed down trees and knocked out power to many across the country. this delta 737s slid off a taxiway because of icy conditions. snow totals piled up elsewhere, back here at home, continued mild temperatures meant the only precipitation was rain. slowing air travel and holiday travelers hitting the road on 395. >> we decided to turn around. that traditionally december 23 is one of the deadliest days on roadways. 2.3 million washingtonians and people in the area traveling in the area. you can understand why they are asking people to be officers -- cautious. car skidded
to harrisburg to collect the check. and he immediately proceeded to put all his relatives in business and bought restaurants and everything seemed to go bad when he did this. he was almost murdered by a couple of his relatives. someone took out a hit on him and the poor guy ended up in jail. bud was the type of guy that thought he was a jack of all trades and thought he was an attorney. he defended himself with these numerous lawsuits and never won any of the cases. he lost about $5 million to a lady who used to buy tickets with him prior to his winning day. she was awarded that much money, a good part of his earnings and i believe he blew about $3 million with lawyers in town. they all have new vehicles after they met bud. the city wanted bud to be broke. if he had money he was a problem. they agreed to let him sell his lottery at the end there and the day that he came to me and told me that he was actually working for my plumbing and heating company delivering supplies and was living in my office and had no money left. he was scheduled to get the last check. before he received the check he wen
" contained an excerpt. not previously released in which hubbell said-harrisburg was not part of any wrongdoing at their former law firm. >> so, the whole secret prison tape story was a scandal. but not because of anything hillary clinton had done. but because it was a fraud. it was a totally debunked snow job. and when it was revealed that dan burton's office had edited those phone calls and released those partial tapes to the public, the congressman had to admit that quote, mistakes and omissions were made. he did not lose his job. he did not resign. he did not get fired. but one of dan burton's employees, his top investigator, david bossy, did get fired. congressman burton blamed the whole thing on david bossy and fired him. if the name sounds familiar, he ends up returning to prominence years later as the head of citizens united, which led a lot of rich guys waste a lot of their own personal money on the last election when it got rid of finance laws for david bossy to air his i still hate hillary clinton fake documentary during the 2008 election. things worked out fine for david
? >> in this reference book, it is stated i am permitted to remain --the area of to harrisburg johannesburg as a laborer. i could be thrown out any day as long as anything go slightly wrong. >> the use of that passbook, caroline, and where you ended up? he you are fired from polaroid. and how the movement ended up with the corporate campaign, not only against polaroid, but other corporations that were invested in south africa? >> yes, actually, firing me gave me more time to devote myself to the campaign to get polaroid out of south africa. as one of our leaflet said, polaroid and 650 corporations doing business in south africa, apartheid is our business and business is good. south africa was mineral-rich and had the most cheap labor pool at that time. ,any u.s. corporations profited kept their dealing secret, and continue to be in south africa until the pressure in the united states grew, the international pressure group. we got the city council in cambridge and boston to begin the sanctions movement. eventually, our group visited rondell him in the black caucus and he began to follow national legislat
:00 tonight through 5 a.m. tomorrow if you are out late and out and about on new year's eve. >>> in harrisburg, pennsylvania, people ring in the new year with a massive strawberry drop. at a harness malfunction led to an untimely crash of the former 80-pound fiberglass berry. event coordinators made a new strawberry to drop from the hilton hotel tonight at midnight so the show will go on. >>> i mentioned right before break that there was a one- alarm fire burning in san francisco. fire crews are out there at fulton and laguna streets. we have news crews on the way to the scene but expect some delays around that area. it's a two-story building residential fire. i think i said one alarm. so it was first reported around 5:45 this morning and our radio partners kcbs said there are no injuries reported. except for that, everything else is quiet around the bay area including westbound 580 no delays through the altamont pass and in fact it's hard to spot even one yellow traffic sensor anywhere you go. traffic is that light all around the bay area. 14 past the wind turbines to the dublin interchange.
transactions that were not mine at all at a target in harrisburg, pennsylvania, which i am not there. >> she found out her account was all but drained. >> i was going to start my christmas shopping for him and could not really do that with what was in there so that was disappointing. >> she found out that 200 had been deleted many times. >> i was not sure if it was a misunderstanding and especially checking to see if my card was in my possession. >> she called the bank immediately to try to get her money back. turns out on black friday she had swiped her card at this target. >> when i did call the bank had said there is so many of these, this whole target thing, as you see it on the news it is just incredible i am a part of that. >> yesterday the missing money was returned to her but she says she is hesitant to shop there again and tonight she wonders why nobody noticed it. >> if that would have happened, because they purchased that for 200 dollars and the person went for 7 because it was denied because they didn't have enough and i just think that would have been suspicious. >> target says
's december 26th. but you have to check with samantha early on. that was from harrisburg. as the low tracks across, some folks in the northeast will wake up to some snow or get some later this afternoon. not going to be very heavy. there's the highs behind it. it doesn't get warm until closer to the weekend. and the pacific northwest, very quickly, stagnant air along with the milder >>> good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco with your bay area microclimate forecast. another day of spare the air, 19th so far this season, our fifth consecutive day of record warmth. a dry cold front will slip through friday, bringing us a few more clouds and our highs dip temporarily because it will be sunny and warmer into the new year. today 68 in oakland. probably the best chance of a record high. mid to upper 60s under almost total sunshine. accuweather seven-day forecast, only low to mid-60s >> even if it is just a light dusting, the roads get slick very quickly. as everyone's going to shop, be careful. >> yes. >> great advice. ginger, thank you so much. >>> here's a look at what's coming up
authority and joins us live today from harrisburg, pennsylvania. good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. >> you have some tips on how to survive a train accident and people -- i think generally think, a train is a lot safer than an airplane. but what happened yesterday can happen anywhere. one of the first tips you suggest is know which car you're boarding. why is that important? >> well, just like when we all go shopping at the mall, it's december, lots of folks are shopping. you go up to one of those maps and there is going to be a great big sign that says this is where you are. the same thing is true when you're boarding a train. don't just get on. know what train number you're getting on. know what car you're on so if you have to communicate with emergency personnel, you can tell them exactly where you are. be aware of what you're getting on. >> and for a lot of commuters who take the same train every day, they certainly know that. you also suggest find an alternate exit. >> that's something that we should all practice in our lives every single day. i know when i go into a restauran
for their children and hope that their children can have a better life. harrisburg, pennsylvania. republican. caller: hi. think obama is a little bit nonchalant about health care. if we cannot appeal this lot right now, wait until he gets out of office and then appeal law. too many people are suffering. thank you. host: should someone be fired? rose, are you there? daniel, washington, dc. democrat. what do you think? should the president hold somebody accountable and fire someone? i think the people he would fire, he does not have the executive reach to do. this is a republican chief justice that voted -- that had the swing vote. essentially it is insurance reform. he does not have the reach to fire insurance company executives. moderatelydly, republican health care reform -- it is getting a little bit more insurance for a little but more people. he is trying to exercise measure and judgment to see it follow- through. staying the course and policy is ihis think what he should do. on your point about the politics, that is the headline in the wall street journal. report -- it says later on in the arti
changes. 70 on sunday in harrisburg, breaking records in these locations. 38 today. 72, 28. 28 pittsburgh, 74 sunday. 27 charleston. that colder air rushes in we will see snow showers. not expecting much accumulation. not necessarily a white christmas but some spots will pick up a fresh coating, western new york and western p.a., perhaps squeezing a few snowflakes out of it as it moves through the new york city area in the overnight hours. dangerous cold is holding on across the upper midwest. these are the expected early morning temperatures. minus 14 in minneapolis. back to you. >> thank you. >>> the rough weather isn't limited to here in the u.s. across britain, drivers taking chances there moving along the flooded roads. flooding being blamed for at least two deaths there. the rain, strong winds and flooding delayed rail passengers. the weather is supposed to improve today. >>> the u.s. is condemning syria's latest assault on the rebel stronghold of aleppo. the government is using so-called barrel bombs which are powerful but often inaccurate. terry moran has an unprecedented look at
security. thank you. host: we will go to hassan in harrisburg pennsylvania. you're on the air. caller: good morning. i do not believe that snowden won anything. for has been going on centuries, for years. they have been spying on the public. beis he hoping to be -- me, like the lady said, we have to lose our freedom to have privacy. that is ridiculous, because our right as he is our freedom -- our privacy is our freedom. it is not like the terrorists are coming into our households. they have ways of knowing when the terrorists are going to attack and not attack. they have all of that in place. is this just to spy on the books citizens -- public citizens. snowden thinks he has already won, he is not want anything because this has been going on for centuries, and they have other levels of spying. not just the nsa, they have other departments we do not even know about that are spying on us. host: john in englishtown, new jersey. what do you think? caller: first i like to say that i'm a liberal democrat, but i consider snowden a traitor, i hope he is caught and put on trial for treason. the oth
story is a bit of sad news. from harrisburg, pen opinion. strawberry drop. they did a test run. unfortunately, somebody dropped the berry, three stories. it smashed. unfortunately, organizers are in a jam. >> you going to be here all week? are your arms flying in from dc? what do you think about the atmosphere there in times square? there aren't -- nobody is there yet, but it's going to be packed in a few hours. people start lining up early. >> it is extremely outrageous. so much fun. they're going to be hundreds of thousands of people here from all across the world. we're going to have a great time tonight and many folks will be watching fox news channel. we'll have a great special with bill and elisabeth. >> getting kicked off at 9:00 o'clock. todd starnes, thanks so much and happy new year. >> happy new year. >> four minutes before the top of the hour. if you thought millions losing health insurance and the disastrous rollout of the obamacare web site was bad, buckle up, everyone. wait until you hear what's in store for 2014. plus it was a box office hit based on our navy se
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